Returning for their seventh year, the Riverside Festival is set for another impressive weekend. Curated by Electric Frog and Pressure, they will be bringing the biggest and best artists from the cutting edge to the distinctive location of the Zaha Hadid designed Riverside Museum by the River Clyde.
There will be more collaborations in the line-ups this year, with special b2bs from Objekt & Stingray, Optimo & Carista and Rødhad & Âme.
The new wave of artists shared today join the previously announced stage hosts: Slam – Maximum Pressure, Denis Sulta, Bicep and La Cheetah.
OBJEKT B2B STINGRAY
YOUNG MARCO +more
BICEP (dj set)
JON HOPKINS (live)
I HATE MODELS
OPTIMO B2B CARISTA
RØDHAD B2B ÂME
This year’s stages are hosted & curated by:
Denis Sulta has rapidly emerged as one of the most exciting new prospects from the ever-fertile Glasgow scene. His unique sound and meticulous and diverse approach to dance music has seen his stand out capabilities reach unbelievable new heights. On Saturday Sulta curates his own Riverside stage for the first time.
La Cheetah 10
Since 2009, La Cheetah Club has played host to international big hitters, underground up and comers and provided a platform for Glasgow’s wealth of local talent. 2019 sees La Cheetah mark 10 years in the game and this will be celebrated fully at the Riverside Festival as they take over a stage with an eclectic line up of La Cheetah favourites and special guests.
Slam’s unique series of Maximum Pressure parties have become the highlight of Glasgow’s clubbing calendar. The duo, who recently released their Athenæum 101 album on Soma Records, will mirror this experience when they bring the unrivalled atmosphere and strong techno-orientated line-up to their festival.
Feel My Bicep
As producers, DJs, label founders and avid record collectors the Belfast-born, London-based duo Bicep ,have become 2 of the most trusted curators of electronic music of the last decade. Bicep’s stunning, self titled Bicep album lead to a sold out UK tour. We are thrilled to welcome them to the banks of the Clyde for the first time.